Wales captain Sam Warburton will have a fitness test this afternoon, as he races to be fit for their Grand Slam decider against France on Saturday. The flanker injured his knee in the first half against England two weeks ago, and missed Wales' win against Italy this weekend.
Forwards coach Robin McBryde says the prospects of Warburton playing are "very favourable". It's hoped he'll return to training on Tuesday. Wales have no other injury concerns, with lock Luke Charteris pushing for selection after coming off the bench in the 24-3 victory over Italy.
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